POTD: Transition

Bozeman, Montana

I’ve got some more snow photos to post, and there is still a couple feet of snow on the ground outside my studio, but it’s such a beautiful warm sunny blue-sky day outside I decided to go with something more springlike. A number of years ago, when talking about what color flowers to plant outside our house, I didn’t have any particularly strong preferences except I knew I didn’t want white. With snow on the ground so many months out of the year, I thought it was a good idea to put some variety in our lives and give some other colors a chance during growing season. Still, since we’re in that transition time between winter and spring, I suppose it’s appropriate that the first flowers to appear on our dining room table should be white tulips, and they are quite striking against the dark wood surface.

2 thoughts on “POTD: Transition”

    1. Thanks Molly. I like our blue skies today, but even if it were raining that would be o.k.–at least it’s not white and you don’t have to shovel or plow it!

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